Delia Baseman – Janet
Delia is very pleased to be a part of this production. Some of her previous credits include: Blood Wedding (Leonardo’s Wife), A Yellow Butterfly Called Sphinx (Carole), La Ronde (The Young Wife), The Tempest (Boatswain), and Sleeping Beauty (The Evil Fairy). Delia is a graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School. She is also a teaching artist, a ballet dancer, and a singer of obscure folk ballads.
Nick Lowe – Tam Lin
Nick is a recent graduate from The Catholic University of America Drama Department, and has performed such roles as Shooter in Action, Menelaus in The Trojan Women, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Father in Six Characters. He also appeared as Arpad in She Loves Me at Great Lakes Theater Festival.
Vielka Kelly – Queen of the Faeries
Vielka has been a principal soloist in New York City in the world premieres of the operas: House, Haibo, Nightingale – the Last Days of James Forrestal and Strange Birds. She is the featured soloist in the score to the MGM film The Learning Curve. Other roles include: Lady Larken in Once Upon a Matress, Mrs. Fitzpatrick in Tom Jones, and Elsa Schraeder in The Sound of Music.
Troy Acree – Aberdeen
Troy has been an actor, director and writer in New York for the last 15 years. He has appeared on television and in many stage plays. His most recent roles include The Manager in Joseph Langham’s comedy Out to Lunch, the role of Guy in Yasmin Rana’s drama Blood Sky and the role of Cinesias in Lysistrata for Untitled Theatre Company #61.
Talaura Harms – Margaret
Talaura is a graduate of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and has performed at Oklahoma Shakespeare Festival and Theatre at Tsa-La-Ghi in her home state. In New York, Talaura has been onstage with FHB Productions, Untitled Theatre #61, Messenger Theatre Company and the Puppet Company of Long Island. She recently finished puppeteering on the national tour of Bear in the Big House Live!
UPDATE: on September 26, Talaura won best cameo award at the 6th Annual Spotlight On Awards for her appearance in Edward Einhorn’s Golem Stories in the 2003 Spotlight On Halloween Festival. 2003 Spotlight On Halloween Festival.
Skid Maher – MacDougal/Sterling
Skid is a recent transplant to the NYC area from Colorado, where he played Jeremiah in The Hunger Artists Ensemble Theatre’s production of The Kentucky Cycle , and Horatio in the Denver Civic Theatre’s production of Hamlet. He has also appeared on Japanese television. His favorite role is Aragorn in Lord of the Rings.
Michael Whitney – Sullivan/MacTavish
Michael has been working constantly in NYC for the last seven years. His early days with the 13th Street Repertory company included Line by Isreal Horovitz. Last year he won the Best Featured Actor award in the SpotlightOn Festival for his work in the new play Golem Stories by Edward Einhorn. He has also appeared in Steven Tanenbaum’s Monoand much, much more. Michael is thrilled to be the feisty elf in Tam Lin. You can see his web site at www.ReelACT.com/MichaelWhitney
Josh Stein-Sapir – Thompson/Douglas
A recent graduate of Columbia University, Josh has been working the stage in New York for a solid two years. He has also appeared at the Williamstown Theater Festival. He originated the role of Theseus in The Luminous Group’s production of Minotaur for two successful runs. Additionally, Josh enjoys making appearances on the Joey Reynold’s show. Josh would like to thank his family and friends for supporting him and encouraging him to dress like an elf. Rock.
Randi Sobol – Lady Roxbrugh
Randi has done Shakespeare, Strindberg and Simon, at theaters from New York to Boston, where she also spent some time as a saloon singer. She most recently played Prospera in The Tempest at the Looking Glass Theatre. A graduate of New York’s Performing Arts High School, Randi is very glad to be acting again after doing time in the real world. Randi’s web site is http://randisobol.home.att.net
Mike Durell – Lord Dunbar
Mike is a stage, movie and television actor, musician, composer and playwright. Roles include Lear in Hudson Shakespeare’s King Lear, Caliban in Globe Repertory Company’s The Tempest , and a Satanic priest in the Link Productions film H(alloween)01.